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David Crane

My husband, David, was a moderate man his entire life. He ate well, exercised with his dogs, tended to his Japanese garden and yards. And yet, he encountered many health…

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Edwin B. Simmons

Being born to a poor family, Daddy had to work so he and his brothers and sisters could survive. He didn't get but a second grade education, but was smart…

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Clyda Jeannie Roden

My sister always tried to help everyone out. She loved people older than herself and she would do anything for them. She loved children, and she had always been a…

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Joseph D. Rodak

  Mr. Rodak was born in 1918, Webster, Massachusetts, to parents who were Polish immigrants. He was a lifelong bachelor. He enjoyed daily walks-hiking in younger years-and watching baseball games…

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Richard Latty

My son passed away at the age of 26. He had Duchenne muscular dystrophy. He was the most compassionate person I've ever met. He had a heart of gold and…

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Nevada Langworthy

My mother was a kind and loving woman. She loved her family, gardening, playing pennies at the casino, and the ocean. Both of her husbands died young, and her family…

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Ronnie Hyde

My husband was a truck driver, father, husband, and my best friend. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in August of 2011. We had only one week to make arrangements…

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Lewis M. Wichman

My brother was a beautiful person inside and out. He was an artist, musician, lover of opera and nature, and full of compassion. His faith was unwavering. He had a…

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Justin Willard

Justin was diagnosed with Leukemia at age 15. At 16, he had a bone marrow transplant, which left him immune compromised. When he was 18, a double ear infection blew…

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